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Our home was broken into and two dirt bikes and our fourweeler were taken along with a few other smaller things such as a desktop computer a telescope and a window unit air conditioner. We have reason to believe they were taken to northeast Arkansas. ( Lafe, Paragould area) These bikes have been apart of our family for several years, we have lots of family memories with these bikes and our children. Two of the bikes were gifts to our boys and my husband’s bike was built for supercross and qualified second at Loretta Lynn’s.

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